FV Foundation holds a successful benefit golf tournament
LE MARS — Due to the coronavirus pandemic, The 23rd annual Helping Children Benefit Golf Tournament was rescheduled from June 16 to July 14, at Willow Creek Golf Course in Le Mars.
The event was once again sponsored by the Floyd Valley Foundation and chaired by Shane and Peggy Sitzmann of Le Mars.
First place winners of the 18-hole championship flight were Team Schultz with a score of 58. Team members were, Brian Schultz, Shauna Schultz, Jason Meins, and Bill Mathers.
With business cash or in kind sponsorships and team contributions, the golf benefit grossed nearly $26,000.
The net proceeds will be used towards the assistance of the purchase of a wireless fetal heart monitor for the obstetrics’ department.
Hole and door prizes were once again generously donated by area businesses.
Light breakfast and lunch for the golfers was provided by The Floyd Valley Cafe, Bellisimo’s and Wells Enterprises.
“On behalf of everyone at Floyd Valley Healthcare I would like to thank our co-chairs Shane and Peggy Sitzmann and the golf tourney committee, for their continued support of Floyd Valley. Even in this unprecedented time, ‘The Helping Children’ Benefit Golf Tournament continues to exceed our expectations because of the generous support of our entire community. The dollars will be utilized to enhance our services and support our mission of keeping healthcare local,” said FVH CEO Dustin Wright.